Dr Srikala Davuluri

Assistant Professor | Department of Physics Contact (Off.): +91-11-27667458 Email Address : srikala.d@gmail.com

Specialization Experimental Condensed Matter Physics

Career Profile Working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Physics and Electronics, Hans Raj collage from July 2010 - till date

Subjects taught Mechanics Electricity and Magnetism Thermal Physics Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics

Administrative Assignments Convener : Library Committee, Department of Physics and Electronics, Hans Raj College

Thesis Title: Synthesis and Characterisation of Magnetic Nanomaterials

Journals Articles 1. Control of Magnetism in Cobalt Nanoparticles by Oxygen Passivation. D. Srikala, V. N. Singh, A. Banerjee, B. R. Mehta and S. Patnaik, Journal of Physical Chemistry C 112, 13882 (2008). 2. Magnetic properties of Cobalt nanoparticles of various shapes. D. Srikala, A. Banerjee and S. Patnaik, Indian Journal of Cryogenics, vol.33, No.(2-4), 60 (2008). 3. Cryogen-free low temperature and high magnetic field apparatus. S. D. Kaushik, Anil K. Singh, D. Srikala and S. Patnaik, Indian Journal of Pure and Applied Physics 46, 334 (2008). 4. Synthesis and Characterization of ferromagnetic Cobalt Nanospheres, Nanodiscs and Nanocubes. D. Srikala, V. N. Singh, A. Banerjee, B. R. Mehta and S. Patnaik, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 9, 5627 (2009). 5. Effect of induced shape anisotropy on magnetic properties of ferromagnetic cobalt nanocubes. D. Srikala, V. N. Singh, A. Banerjee and B. R. Mehta, Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 10, 8088 (2010). 6. Signatures of spin-glass freezing in Co/CoO nanospheres and nanodiscs. D. Srikala, V. N. Singh, B. R. Mehta and S. Patnaik, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 324, 2512 (2012).

Conference/ Symposium etc. Paper Presented 1. Synthesis and characterization of Niobium nanoparticles. D. Srikala, K. V. Ramesh, O. P. Siwachi, P. Sen, and S. Patnaik; Oral presentation at National Conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology held at Department of Physics, University of Lucknow, Lucknow Dec 8 -10, (2007). 2. Apparatus for RF penetration depth measurement down to 2 K with GM crycoolers. S. D. Kaushik, D. Srikala, and S. Patnaik; Proceeeding of 52th DAE Solid State Physics Symposium (2007), page 433. 3. Size effect on the magnetic properties of Cobalt nanocubes. D. Srikala, and S. Patnaik; Proceeeding of 53rd DAE Solid State Physics Symposium (2008), page 395. 4. Synthesis and characterization of Cobalt nanoparticles. D. Srikala, and S. Patnaik; Presented at International Conference on Nano Science and Technology (ICONSAT) held at Chennai, Feb 27-29, (2008). 5. Property variation with shape in ferromagnetic Cobalt nanocubes. D. Srikala; Presented at International Conference on Advanced Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology (ICANN) held at Guwahati, Dec 9-11 (2009). 6. Synthesis and Characterization of PbSe nanoparticles. D. Srikala, and S. Patnaik; Presented at International Conference on Nano Science and Technology (ICONSAT) held at IIT Bombay (2010). 7. Magnetic behavior of oxygen passivated Cobalt nanoparticles. D. Srikala and S. Patnaik; Presented at Material Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, San Francisco, USA (2010). 8. Synthesis and Characterization of PbSe and Pb1-xCoxSe nanoparticles. D. Srikala and S. Patnaik; Presented at Material Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, San Francisco, USA (2010). 9. Exchange Bias in Co nanoparticles. D. Srikala and S. Patnaik; Presented at National Seminar on Advances in Materials and Devices, ITM University (2010).

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